In today’s news round-up, VIVOTEK megapixel cameras have been deployed at Assan Motor and Atlas Khodro offices and showrooms in Iran to help improve their surveillance systems. Following the completion of the installation in February this year, both companies are very pleased with the high image quality of the VIVOTEK cameras and the improvements they have made to the surveillance system as a whole. In the UK, NW Systems video streaming and video monitoring & recording services have been selected by one of the UK’s most respected property development groups, Argent LLP, to provide live and recorded images to the King’s Cross development project in London. Images from selected cameras are simultaneously being streamed using NW Systems’ Steamdays 2 live streaming service to help stimulate engagement and meet the public’s interest in the development project.

In corporate news, EET Europarts has signed a distribution agreement with ACTi. With the distribution of ACTi products, EET Europarts will further broaden its customer value proposition within the range of security and surveillance solutions. Over in India, IndigoVision’s high definition cameras have been deployed at the prestigious Qatar Insurance Company to provide video security for their offices in remote locations. Lastly, at the recent IFSEC 2014 tradeshow, Maxxess demonstrated version 6 of its security management software platform, eFusion. With over 50 new features and enhancements to the platform, the eFusion upgrade is available to existing customers subscribed to software support plans at no extra cost. Read more security news…

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